Developing research of excellence in nanoscience and nanotechnology in Chile.
Is the main nanoscience and nanotechnology center in Chile, formed by researchers from the main universities in the country and led by the Universidad de Santiago de Chile.
The multidisciplinary team of the center carries out research of the highest quality to be put to the service of themes that will have an impact on our country.
New food containers, cleaning contaminated waters and soils, improving farm animals and commercial fish, advances in nanomedicine and production of specific sensors are the main developments of CEDENNA based on the cutting-edge research it conducts.
Dr. Alexander Greer, a professor of the Chemistry Department of Brooklyn College, City University, New York City, (right in the picture) recently visited Chile to provide a short course and two talks aimed at sharing his work in photochemistry and …